There are 58 users in the forums

Remember
Not a member? Register Now!

Your Golden State Warriors. - Some Hope for the Future!

  • 4ML
  • Veteran
  • Posts: 26,806
Originally posted by OregonDuckNiner:
Originally posted by niners4lyfe:
Originally posted by OregonDuckNiner:
Originally posted by YungAce:
did we sign tyson chandler yet?

tomorrow

bad move IMO.

Not if we amnesty Beans, then it'll only be like 5 mil more a year for a player like 20x as good.

Still a bad move. Keep the money to go after a all-star level PF/Center. Gettin' someone like Chandler will basically turn us from s**t to pretenders, at best.
Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:
Originally posted by OregonDuckNiner:
Originally posted by niners4lyfe:
Originally posted by OregonDuckNiner:
Originally posted by YungAce:
did we sign tyson chandler yet?

tomorrow

bad move IMO.

Not if we amnesty Beans, then it'll only be like 5 mil more a year for a player like 20x as good.

Still a bad move. Keep the money to go after a all-star level PF/Center. Gettin' someone like Chandler will basically turn us from s**t to pretenders, at best.

I agree but at least one bad move this offseason seems inevitable
  • crzy
  • Veteran
  • Posts: 39,272
Don't sign anybody Lacob please.

Just try to get Chuck Hayes cheap.

If you can't...whatever.
The only problem with Lee and Chandler together is we remain a jump shooting team. Chandler is really not that good offensively aside from dunks off lob passes.
[ Edited by Hopper on Dec 5, 2011 at 7:07 AM ]
  • crzy
  • Veteran
  • Posts: 39,272
Originally posted by Hopper:
The only problem with Lee and Chandler together is we remain a jump shooting team. Chandler is really not that good offensively aside from dunks off lob passes.

Dallas won the title without a significant offensive post presense. I think the defensive qualities that Chandler would bring would be far more valuable than his lack of offense.

However, that is only if price wasn't a factor. We can't afford another potentially bad contract that will set us back another half decade.
Originally posted by Hopper:
The only problem with Lee and Chandler together is we remain a jump shooting team. Chandler is really not that good offensively aside from dunks off lob passes.

We don't need Chandler to score a boatload of points. We got Curry, Monta, Wright, and Lee for that and we've scorers off the bench. We just need that big, physical presence in the post.
http://espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/7320941/chris-paul-new-orleans-hornets-traded-season-sources-say

stein and broussard about cp3

warriors mentioned as a possible destination.

do it.

curry / klay / udoh / etc for cp3 regardless of extension
Originally posted by Method:
http://espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/7320941/chris-paul-new-orleans-hornets-traded-season-sources-say

stein and broussard about cp3

warriors mentioned as a possible destination.

do it.

curry / klay / udoh / etc for cp3 regardless of extension

Chris Paul would never agree to stay with the Warriors especially if the team trades a lot to get him. He wants to play with a title contender. Trading Curry and others would be foolish without an extension in place that guarantees that he will be with the team for several years.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Chris Paul would never agree to stay with the Warriors especially if the team trades a lot to get him. He wants to play with a title contender. Trading Curry and others would be foolish without an extension in place that guarantees that he will be with the team for several years.

Keep beans. Trade for CP3. Amnesty Beans next off season, resign CP3, and sign Howard as a FA. or amnesty lee?

...

yes im on one for CP3 LOL

cp3
monta
dWRIGHT or someone else
??
dwight howard

*drools*
[ Edited by Method on Dec 5, 2011 at 6:22 PM ]
  • crzy
  • Veteran
  • Posts: 39,272
Let's not be the Nets here.

And trade for a stud point guard only to watch him walk away.

Chris Paul is going to New York.
  • crzy
  • Veteran
  • Posts: 39,272
I believe Joe Lacob when he says he wants to build a winning team.

The problem is, he might be too overanxious.

He needs to exercise patience.


Remember Chris Cohan was not cheap. How much money did he waste on Foyle, Murphy, and Dunleavy. An almost ludicrous amount of money.


Spending money on free agents does not equal success.
[ Edited by crzy on Dec 5, 2011 at 9:17 PM ]
Originally posted by crzy:
I believe Joe Lacob when he says he wants to build a winning team.

The problem is, he might be too overanxious.

He needs to exercise patience.


Remember Chris Cohan was not cheap. How much money did he waste on Foyle, Murphy, and Dunleavy. An almost ludicrous amount of money.


Spending money on free agents does not equal success.

But none of those were superstars.
Originally posted by Go49erss:
Originally posted by crzy:
I believe Joe Lacob when he says he wants to build a winning team.

The problem is, he might be too overanxious.

He needs to exercise patience.


Remember Chris Cohan was not cheap. How much money did he waste on Foyle, Murphy, and Dunleavy. An almost ludicrous amount of money.


Spending money on free agents does not equal success.

But none of those were superstars.

Nor are Chandler, Nene, or Gasol. Good players yes. Superstars worth breaking the bank for? NO
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by Go49erss:
Originally posted by crzy:
I believe Joe Lacob when he says he wants to build a winning team.

The problem is, he might be too overanxious.

He needs to exercise patience.


Remember Chris Cohan was not cheap. How much money did he waste on Foyle, Murphy, and Dunleavy. An almost ludicrous amount of money.


Spending money on free agents does not equal success.

But none of those were superstars.

Nor are Chandler, Nene, or Gasol. Good players yes. Superstars worth breaking the bank for? NO
I was talking about trading for an extended CP3.
  • crzy
  • Veteran
  • Posts: 39,272
Originally posted by Go49erss:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by Go49erss:
Originally posted by crzy:
I believe Joe Lacob when he says he wants to build a winning team.

The problem is, he might be too overanxious.

He needs to exercise patience.


Remember Chris Cohan was not cheap. How much money did he waste on Foyle, Murphy, and Dunleavy. An almost ludicrous amount of money.


Spending money on free agents does not equal success.

But none of those were superstars.

Nor are Chandler, Nene, or Gasol. Good players yes. Superstars worth breaking the bank for? NO
I was talking about trading for an extended CP3.

That's a fantasy
Search Podcast Draft Forum Commentary News Shop Home
Get the Latest News at WarriorsCentral.com